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Maintaining Ethical Standards Zachary Robertson BSHS/335 October 26, 2015 Anjali Soni Maintaining Ethical Standards Ludwig is a counselor who is trained and educated within individual counseling as opposed to family counseling. After working with Ella for some time, Ludwig realizes that Ella would benefit from family counseling sessions. Ludwig would like to refer Ella to someone who is capable of doing family counseling, but is worried that Ella might feel as though he is abandoning her. Therefore, he decides not to refer her and continues just to help her on an individual basis.
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As a caseworker, there are multiple ethical issues that could arise from this case. The first ethical issue that I face is not referring Ella to the person who will be able to give her the proper care. It is my job as a caseworker to help my client understand the issues involved with their individual life. If there is, something I cannot do, then it is my duty to explain to the client what needs to happen and by transferring them to a family counselor will benefit them better. Another
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  • Summer '14
  • Ethics , family counselor, ella

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